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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 January 1883

Mr. liussiun eniiy Hoi artvilJc o ve #Tram\vfiy lrora mndwick At Invcrcll, wheat yield to tho McVarland lectured Kendall fun J. Kinp of (lie Belgians, after a severe Ins recovered. Arcli-bMiop Vaughan visiting Qucf^H and Hungcudorc. Consitlcnibh increase In traffic manian railway-:. Conference in London in navigation of the Danube. * Welsh celebration in So-tith Austral St. David's Day, 1st. Margin. ja Butchering and i-nl/mg Co-operatival ciofy to by st.irln.1 a^sewcastle. 11 ]3oy of 13 ;icci(lentally drowned 5nl Murray, at Albnry, while bathing. * At \Varrnu;Abool a man was lined fori] ing, without a license, as. a chcmist. ;Total withdraw, nls of land by. the Gov Client will amount to 1, ODD, 000 acres. ? Heavy rains in the central dis rictsof S- Australia. Cmmtry ilooded for miles. An offer to t ike ujj two and a half milli of the Victorian loan at 0-S was refused. Cheerful spot, a Professor's laboratory Berlin ; G000 skulls part of the furniture. At Now Oilcans two jealous woine...

Original Correspondence. [We do not identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.] THE PUBLIC SCHOOL. (To the Editor of the Bega Standard.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 January 1883

Original Correspondence. [Wc do not identify ourselves with the opinions cx pr-Ms-cd by coiraipondcats,] THE PUBLIC SCHOOL. ( To the Eilitnr of thcJSega Slandanl '. J Snt, — In a paragraph of your issue of the ;S0th of Deccmbc r last, the following words are used In view of the state of the Public School, where children aro set to teach children, &c.' As this statement, will produce a most defamatory impression on persons unac quainted with thf: school, both with re spect to the teaching staff and the standard oi aiuiiniueut.s, j. ueg you win. allow me to state through your paper, which ill part circulates amongst strangers to tho school, that no one, but a teacher, or a person be ing qualified for that ofiicc, has been allowed to teach in this school. Tho 'childron' who are nt- present 'set to teach children ' are of tho ages of 17, 17, and 18 years respectively. They have beon for years in good public schools; havo been examined and declared com petent to to?ch by tho Depa...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 January 1883

I), -Ml | to or 'Uinvgi^t'red u^llte p' c euroijo is ifr c k tlir tho ^^^^^^^?Hb^ftrticuhr^Jfipi'b' to W. E. ^^^^^^Hmniroodalla ; o1*lyiASLIN\il)EN ^^^?TOrPiv^ ? ▼ ? ? ^^H|RM to LET at wogonga, ^^^^^cowfiiuing about -100 Acres, Nice ^^^Rse andWEfbord, Good Grass and Cult i- ^^Htton Paddo&ljS plenty of Timber nnd ^^Vater, and a kBA.NI) SHE for a SAW ?frlLL. The nbovS^^vill bo open to the 5th ^B'ebruary, 1SS3. ^-v For further particulars, apply to ? H. O. T. cowbroy. ^rY^r^^''1 K D T K K D 13 31 s* W TENDERS will bp received for building a m BRICK RESIDENCE at- Hill Top, Tanta ? wanglo. K Plans nnd specifications ran be s-vn with, fc&nd nil oilier information obtained trout the ^^undersigned, 1o whom tenders mv»-l ho nd ^^ftttssed oil or before 5th February, ls*&» ^^^?Thc lowest or any tender not necessarily ^^Hcepted. A. ALCOCK, Hill Top, Tantawanglo. ?rp I L B A TILBA. ^ TENDERS FOK FENCING ETC. TENDERS lor tho erection of nbout_ one tnilc of 2 rail fence, wi...

COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 January 1883

HH^Pmmercial. r' ?? Mespiis. 1Tasliniii-i2n am- Hodd Repoht: Stock. — But few coming forward, and prices Jinn, Wo sold ou account of various oxMifets at Candelo ! 10 heifers, 65s.; 8 do. - IX .conv^t 50s. ; .bullocke, fit lorr4he. butcher, light, at from £4 to £5 4s. ; 20 calves at 17s. (id. ; and a mixed lot from 20s td'50s-Ca. There is good demand for lorwara springers. Station Pjioi'Eutv. — We have effected sale of How Hill station, on account of Mr. R. JWielau, at a satisfactory- figure, and are now in treaty for sale of Rategnh, and Mallagootah ? runs, which wc cxpect to bring to a satisfac tory issue. Stork Pigs. — At our sale of a small lot of 70, prices ruled higher' than for some prcviouslv, namely, from 10s Od to 28s. We arc advised of 60 good stores, and about 30 fat to arrive by the 6th February, also 220 to follow.

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, JAN, 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 January 1883

OUR TELEGRAMS. [J*Vem our Telegraphic Correspondent*.'] SYDNEY. Jan. 25. . The Supply Bill passed through tho final stagosin both Houses. Inscribed Stock Bill introduced in tho Assombly, and road a first time. House adjourned beforo six o'clock. . Tho -Australian Joint Stock Bank de clared a dividend of 10 per cent., and a bonus of 2s per share ; £10,000 carried to Boservo Fund. The not profits for tho half year amount to £40,200. The Mayor- maao anocner inspection oi houses yesterday, and condemned G1 promises. Bainbow scratched for Anniversary Handicap. Morpeth continuos strong favorite at 100 to 30. SYDNEY, 2Gth Jan. Maize : demand slack ; latest quotation, 4s. to 4s. Od. Assembly had auothor short sitting last night, the only business of any im portance being Inscribed Stock Bill, which passed all stages. Tho Uppor House got through tho Criminal Law Bill as far as clause 26S. Weather to-day beautiful ; strcots crowded with holiday seekers. Chief Secretary and Minister for Edu ca...

Hospital Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 January 1883

Hospital Meeting. The meeting to consider tho subject of establishing a hospital in Bega was not very largely attended, owing in a measure to the unfavorable state of the weather, nnd in part to tho stock sales which took placo^later than usual in tho afternoon. On the motion of Mr. Stiles, seconded by ill-. Murptiy, air. Jolin J tavis, J'-Jvi., was voted to tho chair, and after reading the requisitionas published iu tho SOimlurd, ho briefly referred to the objects of the meet ing. Tho Rev. Mr. Evans- Jones thought tho meeting should adjourn, having first agreed on some programme to be sub mitted to a future meeting. If this was dono to-day's mooting would not bo barren of results. Mr. W. Scott, (A.J.S.) thought that tho meeting should proceed to business. There wero sufficient to jrivc expression of opin ion as to tl:e movement, and he was i-ure that public opinion was in favor of tho cause. Such an institution was needed, nnr medical men did srood now in gratui tous attendances, b...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 January 1883

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON. Wednesday-. Tjie wholo French Ministry resigned, with the exception of the Premier and Minister for War. Dissensions occurred in connection with proposal to expel mem bers of ex-ruling families. Political fer ment iu Paris resulted in riots. Barrett, Irish assassin, oxocuted at Traleo. Spain occupied Tavitari, in the Sulu Group, containing large nuinbor of islands noted for piracy in tho Malay Arclii pcligo. Reports received show that the false Prophet at Soudnn has 400,000 followers, and occupies tho greatest part of Soudnn. Be-instatemout of Cetewayo continues to be viewed with dissatisfaction by tho majority of his people. LONDON, Thursday. Turkish Government preparing a formal protest against the proposed action of England in regard to Egyptian affairs, ns set forth in the circular recently issued by various British representatives at foreign courts. It is believed that Fran 'e is sup porting tho Porto. Sir Auckland Colvin, lately ou Board of Financ...

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Tuesday, 23rd January, 1883. BRITTEN V. GLASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 January 1883

SMALL DEBTS COURT. Tuesday, January, 18S3. BllITTEN V. GLASS. This was a case brought by Mr. J. Britten against Glass, where Britten sued for £G the value of a horse sold to defen dant. Mr. Manby held that no case could bo made on this count as tho Bench, bv their first decision, had recognised Glass as tho rightful owner of the animal. The two attorneys had some sparring on this point, whilst the Bench seemed gen erally puzzled about their course. Mr. Bland then wont on a second count of was much infei-ior. The two parties in the case here decided not to proceed with it, but to leavo it to arbitration by the magitijTteS. both to abide by thoirdocision, ?wlio divided that foVscttle the dispute Britten/ slimld rocoive tho hoi-so and £1 ?back, \fhllc Gloss was to get his chain ; ciicli sille to pay its own costs. .Two/ more cases in this Court woro heard,! but were of no importance.

POLICE COURT. Tuesday, Tint January, 1883. [Before the P.M., and Messrs. Wood. Kerrison, Gowing, and Pedon, J's.P.] [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 January 1883

POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 23 rd Jannnry, 1883. [Boforo tho P.M., and Mossrs. Wood . Ker » riflon, Gowing, and Pedon, J's.P. . I William Clement Wright was . charged with stealing a cheque for £0. 10s, . tho property of Mrs. M. Jones. Sergeant Church prosecuted, and tho defouudnt was unrepresented. Sergeant Church deposed receiving information and arresting tho neensod at Mcrimbida, evidently en route for Syduoy. MYivHm TntifiQ smrnrn ? T n cheque on or about tho 14th inst. from M. Darling, it was drawn out by me and signed by Mr. Darling in my favor ; tho choquo was out of my book ; there was no signature ou tho back when I lost it : I loft the choque on a shelf in the bar with other papers ; I missed it oil Monday, tho 14 th mst; know tho prisoner, ho was lodging at niy house ; ho asked mo' for some writing-paper ; told him ho knew where it was and to go and get it ; ho did so ; I afterwards missed cheque and a.skod him if ho had seen it, ho said ' no ; ' went to banks and stopped pay...

Wolumla Items. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 January 1883

Wolumla Items. Font butchers supply Wolumla with beef, but tho old hand takes tho lead. He has a nice shop. Public School for Wolumla settled at last. Tenders are to be in Sydney in a fortnight. Thirty-two passengers 'bailed up at Tuthra last week ; steamer could not touch the wharf. Boxhall, tho Bega bookseller, is doing business here in the book lino, lie lias been here for a week. ' The Government have recognised the importance of Bega aud Wolumla by lay ing on the telegraph lino direct. Tho last races at Panbuln were a sell, through the big race being thrown out. I was asked to give this item. In the way of weddings there was oue last Saturday ; we had one during Christ mas week ; and there is another tomor row. Nico showery weather the last three davs — vestordav (Mondavi eold as winter. Sometimes our visiting clergymen are accompanied by their daughters who pre side at tho harmonium, which is instruc tion to our young members. Tho ground set apart for Police quarters is to be ...

GLASS V. BRITTEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 January 1883

GLASS V. BRITTEN. This was a caso for illegally taking a horse, under what is known as the Sweating Act. The P.M. said, that as ho had hoard so much about tho caso ho thought it best not to sit, and accordingly loft the Bench. Mr. Manbv, who appeared for plaintiff, said that as he had heard so little of the case ho thought he had bettor Jacob Glass deposed ; Am a storekeeper at Bulli, nnd travel round here annually ?with goods ; know Mr. Britten ; he came to me and wanted to sell a horse, but we could not agree about the price ; he came to mo again and asked me if I had any gold chains ; I showed him a chain nino carat gold, stamped in several places, also gavo him a gold key ; - he delivorod tho horso in tho yard on Monday night, and it was in mv possession till Tuesday morn ing; saw Mr. Britten riding a horso which I believed to bo mine ; asked him to return the horse ; ho said ho would do what ho liked with it ; valued chain at about £5 10s., it cost £4 15s., and key at tached wa...

The School of Arts. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 January 1883

The School of Arts. The report of the retiring committee, adopted at the last general meeting, gives a digest of the year's proceedings. ? The attendance of committee aud nMie'^jAjit tho meetings during the year has BTen very constant, tho town residents especially mustering regularly. The report deploys tho death of the late Dr. Sliiels, ainl^mcn Lions tuu upjnmiiuiujiL *ii nil. .i ii-.i l cL* President. It refers to the attempt to start an elocution class, and mentions tlmt the Debating Club mot as usual. 'Lec- tures none ' is the lacqnie report on this head. As to the library, the addition of 140 volumes is reported, and the commit too, being unable to' get their orders filled in Sydney, have arranged to get boak^ from England. The list of members noj» ? i.i.i ti„. auce sheet : — TREASURER'S ACCOUNT. TnE IT OK. TREASURER IN ACCOUNT WITH TIIE COMMITTEE OF THE BEGA SCHOOL OL' ARTS, For th- ? Ymr Kmlinf, 31s( DeirmbT, 1SS2. 11*33 DR. C s. d. To B.ilanre ? 78 15 4 „ Government Grant ...

GLASS V. BRITTEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 January 1883

GLASS V. BRITTEN. This was a case for assault, the causo arising out of the formor case. The same witnessos woro examined and some plain speaking took place on tho part of the attorneys. Tho Bonch found that an nssault had boon committed, and fined the derendaut 10s with £1 Is professional costs.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 January 1883

SPEC I A L .4 I) 1 'ER TISEMEST. DR. HANSON MAY BE CONSULTED at Ills RESI DENCE, Opposite the Catholic Parsonage, Giri's Stuket, Bf.oa. The mercantile and COL LEGIATE HIGH SCHOOL, Caiii- Stbbet, Hkoa. Phikcipal: MR. JAMES HAKBIS, C.B., rOHMinu.Y I Head Master of the Mathematical and Com mercial Academy, Geelong', Victoria, 1 PiiosracTifl os Application. W EVENING CLASSES— Terms according 4o requirements. Church Services. Church of England. j ' *r\TVTNE SERVICE T\ill be held Bt St. John's Bega, 1 U every Sunday Morning and evening. HolyCoiumunicnon the First PumlKvin Every Month. ; ' Holy Baptipm on the first Sundny in every month, nt ..4 p.m. N.N. In canes of necessity the Sacrament * of Baptism will be administered &t any time and ?' place. Jin. 2S.— Taaja, 3. p.m. D. E. EVAKS-JONES, Ticar. KAMKRI'KA rARlRTI. Frb. 4.— Knmcruko, 11 a.m. [E.G.] ; Tantawanglo, 8 , p.m. Fed. 11.— Knracruka, 11 a.m. ; Colombo, 3,30 p.m. II. EARL. District ofPasbula asdEmi* J 4*. 28. — Rocky Hall...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 January 1883

^^^HVARRA NAVIGATION COMPANY. ^^^^B^K'e^&crew Steamship ALLOW ^?7 KAifERTKA -will leave aa fol Ht Bydxbt every a^e^^sd&vs and Sat UKDaYs, at 10 aVI * Eden ever}* Sati itnAY^and Tuesdays, at S a.m., for Passengers. Meuimilvh every Satkuuay. and Tuesday, at 9.30 a.m. for pjtwen-v, m Tathika every Saturday ana Ttesd&yV| at 11 a.m., for Passengers. L BXL CARGO DELIVERED, nnd taken board the duv previous, viz., FRIDAY Hid MONDAY ^^Hfcrefl and Freights at Lowest Rates. ^^^Behrht for De;id 'NVoiylit nud Measure per ton. ^^^H^Churgo for Meals on Bonrd during* at M'F!tiMitn.A — Mr. A- T. GIBSON. Euen— Mr. HUBERT KEON. Tathua— Mr. O. B. MEYER. STEAM NAVIGATION ^^HtE SPLENDID STEAMSHIPS ^^Beman'and 'Corinna.' EDEN TO SYDNEY. Wednesday. 24th January. ^^^^Jtonday, 29 th January SYDNEY TO EDEN. ^^^^B&dav, lOtli Jann;iry4 ^^MAN, Tuesday, 30th January. | every endeavor will be made to this table, the Cnmpapj' will not be ^^^^Hiblc for any deviation. ? £1 per Ton ^^^^...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 January 1883

A case cropped up the otlier day further illustrative of the injustice of compelling the holder of a conditional purchase to pait with his whole legal light title aud interest in the eveut of his having to borrow money on his property. A bank holding perhaps seme hundreds of selections as mort mcrni'c l^nnonful f.n colnof -a»« furs* tu ocicou iul uwu ?Wftgagees upon the same day, one say at Eden, and the other at Bourke. One selection was taken up at ten o'clock, the other at a few minutes past ten, and the last taken was declared void under the clause which prevents the same person from selecting more than one block on one land day. This is perhaps strictly law, but it is absurd to treat a mortgagee as absolute owner — a position that public safety demands awnortgagee should no* occupy. The present writer, some years ago, had occasion to call attention to this defect in the law before Mr. Hoskins, th.en Minister for Lands, and was met with the rejoinder that the Act never contempla...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 27 January 1883

AdvertisemaFts, WANTED, a General Servant, al Public School ; wapes, I2s. a w W. H.. WILSO ?TT^ANTED. — A man toinlk : pood wi t \ ;ipp!y Staxdaud Olii-e, Bega. ANTED IMMEDIATELY. - A from 14 to l(i year? old; must be to milk : good wages aud oinfortable b( near Bega. HASLINGOEN&IJOD WAN T E D a Dairy oiltlie halves, 1 from 50 to 100 dws. Can i clieese on Hie American slue. — Apply SjlXDAIU) Offi mO LE T. — Front Shop,J'ith 2 l!oom; J_ good Kitchen, adjoijig Mr. Mai Oiliee. I E. MANBY, lipps-street, 1 [TAKE NOTICE.— All Jisons found JL passing in^-my paill'cks at Del! mailing slip railsjnfm puift' their Catt my paddocks, wilrjte pro7*.Kil. £5 lie v. ill be paid for infdrmatiU^n will lea the conviction of suck.p.'.'^^B ]-riandaii 'ft TON A1!0, ~EDE^^^^|Hr.(rA B M. waylSJ^B^^^ A MEETING of the at 1 h' K All AY AY THCHS1UY. . Ailinte.V!''1 ' ?w' .? - TO

OUR TELEGRAMS. SYDNEY, 29TH JAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 31 January 1883

OUR TELEGRAMS. [I'rom tin- Telrgraphtc Conrfpondtnls.'] SYDNEY. 20th Jan. A irKAW downpour of rain cnutinuccl nil Saturday night, and at intervals through out Sunday. Tlio weather is now beauti fully clear. About thirteen thousand wore present at tho cricket match on Saturday, l'lay was stopped several times dining the day in cnnseiiueneo of tlio rain. ?\Ynndili.son^ Deep Lead Company's mine, A ictoria, ilooded oil I'riday, m the midst of circumstances exactly similar to tho Creswick disaster. There were only four men below, and all fortunately e fleeted their escape. SYDNEY, Jan. 30. Bktwekn thirteen thousand pooplo lire scut at cricket match yesterday ; greatest interest centres in tho rosult. Largo meeting at Protestant Ilall yes terday in favor of local option ; league inaugurated. ]!ody of a man, at present unknown, was found 011 railway line close to Hur wood last night iu a frightfully mutilated condition ; both Jogs mid one arm cut oil' ; body completely cut iu two. Melancho...

GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 31 January 1883

GENERAL NEWS. Prince of Wales at Games. City tramways paying only per cent. Plotow, musical composer, dead, aged 70. Cetcwayo doubtful of the loyalty of his subjects. Steamer Dispatch returned ; 310 traces of the Louisa. Poliec Scablfs at Tumberumba burnt : two horses perished. Our Queen prayed for in Egypt as the 'Mirror of Justice.' Smith's line, launched. lbiihvay, Melbourne to Bacchus Marsh, tender at £0000 a mile. London, February wool sales begin ou tho 20th, with 250,000 hales. National Shipwreck Society give medals to each of the Clarence heroes. Arch-Bishop Vaughan holds a confirmation servicc in Cooma next Sunday. Adelaide volunteers not allowed to smoke | in the streets when in uniform. 1 Tho claimants for compensation in the ! Hawthorn collision number 1G7, ! The journeymen butchers in Brisbane have : dccided not to work 011 Sundays. Trial of the Wostin^lionse and Wood rail | way brakes going ou in Melbourne. Higlily satisfactory report submitted at meeting of Cooma hosp...

[REUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 31 January 1883

[llEUTER'S TELEGRAMS.] LONDON, Sonday. Sir At.hxaxiikii G.u.t, nigh Commis sioner for Canada, lecturing in Edin-. burgh, upon Colonial possessions, declared that the British Colonies must be regarded as a growing power among nations of tho world ; and iu courso of timo ho antici pated thev would become discontented under present rc-/iiiif. Ho strongly ad vocated a system of imperial federation similar to United Statos of Germany. Emperors William, Francis Joseph, and King Ilubert, notified themselves to bo in favor of the policy sketched by Earl Granville in regard to Egypt, tho same to Conipronu'se effected between lhePronch Chamber of Deputies and tlio Government upon the question of rccommeudations of former in regard to tho action takon against members of ox-reigning families. 1 1 was decided to eashior those members holding military and naval commissions, and the, members of ex-lniporial and Hoyal houses havo boon interdicted from per forming any function of a public character....

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